A digital photogrammetric workstation is a digital stereoplotter based on digital stereo images for various photogrammetric applications. Digital photogrammetry has reached a practical degree. Most of its technical problems for extraction of terrain information have been solved. Its workstation is available and affordable, and has the capabilities to produce all types of conventional photogrammetric products, as well as some new products, such as perspective scenes and animated landscapes. In the past fifteen years, a digital photogrammetric workstation named WuDAMS (Wuhan's Digital Automatic Mapping System) has been installed in WTUSM (Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping), Wuhan, P. R. China. In this paper, the hardware, the software, the theoretic foundation, and potential applications of WuDAMs are introduced. The photogrammetric workflow, flexibility, ease-of- use, and accuracy of WuDAMS are also outlined.